Fall is upon us. Crisp nights, cooler days and color everywhere. I do enjoy fall, I actually find it harder to be inside when the sun is shining and the temps are lower. But a blanket and a comfy chair solves that problem for outdoor reading.
Honor – Lyn Cote – #1 Quaker Brides – Finding herself with no means to support herself after her family fortune is lost, Honor is forced into a marriage to Samuel. He has been unable to trust since he was a child and lost his hearing. A move west proves how much they will need each other.
Hidden Blessing – Kim Cash Tate – Of all the roles Kendra has played over the years, cancer patient was not in the plans. How can God have this in his plans for her life?
The Color of Justice – Ace Collins – Two racially charge trials decades apart change a family’s legacy. The Lindsay family was forever changed when Coop agreed to take on the case of a young black man accused of killing a white teen. Can his grandson find the answer their family seeks?
Finding Mercy – Michael Landon Jr. and Cindy Kelley – sequel to Traces of Mercy – Mercy is in the race for her life. Accused of crimes she didn’t commit, but because she can’t remember her past, she must find the answers before the bounty hunters catch her.
The Brickmaker’s Bride – Judith Miller – #1 Refined by Love – (from the backcover) In the clay-rich hills of the newly founded state of West Virginia, two families tentatively come together to rebuild a war-torn brickmaker’s business.
The Last Queen of Sheba – Jill Francis Hudson – Chosen to be the Queen of her land, Makeda knows she is not equipped to run a country. A visit to the legendary King of Israel will hopefully teach her the tools she needs.